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Poster: RJClay Date: Dec 27, 2013 6:45am
Forum: movies Subject: Re: Unrecognizeable language/alphabet

Again, "here" refers to the physical location of the server. If you don't think there is "here" on the internet, ask the people who are being busted for their untowards computer activities. The F.B.I. and Homeland Security know there is a "here" in the internet!

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Poster: BenjaminS.T. Date: Dec 27, 2013 2:21pm
Forum: movies Subject: Re: Unrecognizeable language/alphabet

Well that is part of what is happening in the world. On one hand we have some world entities and organizations who'd like to see the internet aggressively regulated and divvied up and on another there are many citizens and a few open minded organizations who see a value in what some call a "free and open internet" which also matches harmoniously with America's increasingly positive attitudes about social tolerance. Realize though that the only people who are running this website are the ones that are make the big admin choices here and it looks like archive.org is willing to take just about anything from any place, and in any language that gets inputted. The website Archive.org may need to try to find government support in a legal sense if it decides to get nationalistic about what content get uploaded on to their servers. It is my guess that they are unlikely to bother with doing any of that though, because in these times it is difficult not to make waves, politically when our laws in the United States support the acceptance of all kinds of people weather they are ESL or not.

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Poster: RJClay Date: Dec 27, 2013 3:08pm
Forum: movies Subject: Re: Unrecognizeable language/alphabet

An intelligent reply, thank-you. Unfortunately, 'security' has become the catch-phrase of the decade. I would like to see an 'open internet,' however the many agendas that exist to harm the good ole' U.S.A. are many and increasing in number. No one can be trusted these days, aparently. Since The U.S. appears to be the primary target of those miscreants who possess more religious superstition than intelligence, those unreadable languages present a possible threat to our 'lifestyle.' Again, if this unreadable information and material isn't confined to its own website...a type of isolation...these superstitious, religious mental aberrations will affect this country adveresly. Maybe the N.S.A. is already monitoring this site; let's hope so. Don't forget that "9-11" was perpetrated by individuals trained in the U.S. to do their dastardly deeds. Why not play it safe and have some basic rules for this American website? English is the first language spoken in this country. Spanish, or actually Mexican is a distant second. Arabic? Don't make me laugh.